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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Firmware Appears To Be Fixed. At Least On My End

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    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Gaming
    Cons mentioned:
    Remote

    If you are looking for the full review of this product you can find it here: (https://youtu.be/2XpnE37EkjI) PERFORMANCE: What’s great about this TV is that it supports all the HDR formats including Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG which few TVs do. This next part is going to come at no surprise, but things looked the best on physical media through a Dolby Vision capable 4K Blu-Ray Player with 4K Discs. Second place went to gaming either on PC or console. Third went to 4K HDR streamed media. Fourth 4K non HDR media. Fifth 1080p SDR media. Sixth 720p and lower media. Which is consistent with A. the technology as bitrate will constantly go down with all of that which means you have less data to work with and increased compression. B. once you switch off HDR media you go from 1.07 billion colors and up to 4,000 nits of brightness to 16.7 million colors up to 100 – 300 nits of brightness with older content having worse mastering due to the limited tech available back then. Dolby Vision also looked better than HDR10/HDR10+, which looked better than Standard Def. Why am I mentioning all of this? Because this guy is a freaking monster and looks spectacular and will blow your socks off. Seriously, I walk around sockless now because my TV blew them all away. The picture gets incredibly bright with near OLED level blacks sporting insane contrast with minimal blooming. Pictures are sharp with vibrant accurate colors. I did not notice any crushed blacks, washed out whites, banding, haloing, etc. unless it was a defect in the recording/mastering. As you can immediately, and I mean immediately notice any scenes that use lower quality cameras, do not have as good of mastering, have low bitrate, or have a defect in it. With this TV being so large everything is massive which means that fuzzy spot in the bottom left of the screen. Yeah, you can see it and it is distracting. Which I noticed more and more the lower quality the content got. Which can make this TV look horrible when paired with horrible source material as it makes it stick out like a sore thumb. At first, I thought this was because maybe this TV wasn’t so great. But upon looking closer at the aberrant behavior I found that it wasn’t due to the TV but a defect or poorly mastered source material as I could reproduce the same things on other screens. I just noticed them easier on this guy because it’s 75 inches with top of the line tech. There were a few times that I noticed the Full Array Lighting being a bit too aggressive which created a mild amount of blooming. Overall, I rarely found Vizio’s algorithm to be overly aggressive. But it did happen here and there. I do think most of the issues that people were having early on are now either fixed due to firmware updates or because they thought the screen looked terrible when it was actually the opposite and was the original source material looking bad. As for the upscaling. I can’t say as I didn’t really notice it. I want to spend a bit of time talking about gaming on this guy. I tried it both on my gaming PC and my PS4. As I haven’t been able to snag a RTX 3080 or Playstation 5 yet to try out the 2.1 HDMI Spec of 4K at 120 Hz with 4.4.4. Which left me at either 4K HDR at 60 Hz or 1080p HDR at 120 Hz which is what I went with. As 1440p is currently not officially supported. Hopefully, it will be after a firmware update. I found overall latency to be great with only a mild difference between it and my Asus PG279Q. On Humanbenchmark I was getting 200 ms on the TV and 170 – 180 ms on my PG279q on average. I think that difference for most users will be negligible. As I was still able to play through Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War on Veteran as well as play through Spider-Man and the TaskMaster Challenges while getting Ultimate Scores without issues. Both of which require fast reaction times and high amounts of precision and the TV didn’t hold me back at all. Overall picture was phenomenal and often left me sitting there in awe. As colors were accurate and dynamic. Contrast whether it be a very dark scene, a very bright scene, or both had a bunch of detail and texture. And getting massive amounts of brightness was awesome. I didn’t notice any issues at all with motion and kept all motion settings off except for Game Mode. I think this is a perfect match for the PS5 and Xbox Series X. If you are a hardcore competitive gamer you’ll have to decide if having increased colors (1.07 billion vs 16.7 million), exceedingly better contrast (15,000 vs 1,000), and 800 – 2800 nits vs 300 – 500 nits will be worth that 30 milliseconds of input latency you are giving up. Other users have complained of issues with VRR. I didn’t experience any issues with it on the PC or PS4 and had that setting ON when I should have had it OFF. Since I use a Nvidia GPU it doesn’t support FreeSync and the PS4 doesn’t support VRR. The PS5 supports HDMI VRR but not Freesync. The Xbox One supports VRR and Freesync with the Xbox One Series X supporting Freesync ranges between 30 – 120 Hz. The Freesync range on this TV is 48 Hz – 120 Hz. Moving onto viewing angles. It’s a VA panel so you’ve got the typical defects of that type of panel not having as good of viewing angles when going off axis. A lot of other written reviews mention blooming. The fine print states that the Full Array Local Dimming is only active during video. Which is why menus look so awful. Menus are also usually done with low quality images which only exacerbates the whole thing as you can see horrible banding. I did find this to be the case on my set. But once I went into any type of video that was immediately resolved. There were occasions where the Fully Array backlight was being a bit too aggressive which is when I would turn it down to medium and it would do fine. For some bad standard def material I had to go to low on the Full Array backlight for it to look good. But that was few and far between. I’d experience issues on a sliding scale with the high-quality content it almost never happened and if it did was from a poor-quality scene to relatively often with poor SDR content. Especially poor SDR content that was old. Blacks look tremendous on this TV no matter what type of content you are watching. They aren’t OLED level blacks, but they are getting closer. The brightness of this TV is fantastic. There were a lot of times I would get blinded by it changing from a very dark scene to a bright scene. As blacks are black and whites are white and can get freaking bright. The onboard speakers are average across the board. Which I’m okay with as I don’t want to pay a premium for great speakers that no matter what you do will sound terrible. This TV is best paired with a quality sound system. As it supports Dolby Atmos Pass through via the eARC (Enhanced Audio Return channel). ISSUES: Some issues that I read in other reviews were that the audio didn’t follow through to another input. I didn’t find that to be the case but was also using the optical port for everything which could be why I didn’t notice it. Users reported that VRR wasn’t working. However, this has since been fixed with the most recent firmware update. I haven’t noticed any software bugs with CEC. The bugs I did see were from my own user error. I did not notice any issues with the local dimming so that also appears to have been fixed. I did notice that early on it sometimes it wouldn’t pickup that I had a source plugged in and turned on. Which made me have to switch to another source and then back to get it to work correctly. But that has since resolved. At one point SmartCast and Airplay wasn’t working correctly where it would load everything just not play any videos. Unplugging and plugging the TV back in fixed this. In this same vein. This TV takes a long time to turn on. It also had extremely dark blacks when it first turns on before it registers a source which makes it appear off. So, I think often times I was powering it on and due to the screen still looking off I would then power it off. So a quick fix for that is to be patient and look at the LED indicator on the far left of the TV to see if it is on/off. The infrared for this guy is also a bit hit and miss which can be frustrating. But also appears to be getting better the longer I own the TV for. CONCLUSION: The picture quality on this TV is phenomenal and most of the issues that plagued it on launch are resolved. It still has some issues that need to be ironed out. But in general, it does a brilliant job at gaming and media watching making it an all-around hit. The remote kind of sucks as do the speakers. But for that extremely competitive price tag I can’t complain too much.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent tv but can’t support 4k@120 all the time

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    Previous Tv was a 75in Vizio tv that was 1080@120. Bought this tv to use wifh the Xbox series x. This tv markets that it can do 4k@120 for next gen gaming. While it was able to support 4k@120 about 75% of the time , the 25% of the time the tv would have to go through a 20-30 min boot/reseating hdmi/ and Xbox reboots to get the systems to finally link up. In settings on display on Xbox it would go from the saying the tv can support 4k@120 to bring only able to do 1080@60. Very frustrating. However 4k@60 is still great for last gen consoles (Xbox one gears edition red/black 2tb). Blacks and contrast is brilliant. Did notice some blooming even with the vast array. Moving art on Netflix / AC Valhalla are what we were using the tv for to test it. Sometimes the tv would go no signal or black screen when switching between apps (Netflix =Dolby vision and AC Valhalla = HDR10) Hope this helps. If just for tv it’s great and the pic modes truly help. Was using calibrated for tv and game for Xbox series x. Has 2 regular hdmis/ 2 at 4k@120

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from VIZIOEntertainmentExpert
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      Hello Gary,

      VIZIO is committed to bringing you a pro gaming experience on your next generation console. With VIZIO & console developers frequently releasing new updates, features, and patches, we'd recommend you go to support.VIZIO.com & click on ' PS5 & Xbox Series X|S FAQs ' for the most up to date tips on how to get the most out of your console. VIZIO

  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    So far so good.

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    The HDR does really well, it’s just ok at upscaling SDR content. Watched some YouTube videos and adjusted the settings based on various recommendations. It was on sale and think it was a good value for all the features. Smartcast seams smooth enough, they need to add HBO max though and I can get rid of my Roku, you can stream the HBO, but would be much better to have it as part of Smartcast. I used the mounting service from BestBuy and that was great.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Beautiful

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    This is my first 4K TV and it looks amazing! Only giving 4 stars right now since I can’t check everything until my ps5 finally arrives. The remote didn’t work properly but Vizio did send another within a couple days. Pictures next to my 55” vizio on the wall. With some bad reviews definitely wanted to test it out before installing.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I really wanted to like it!

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    It might work if you don’t want to play Xbox on it. If you do want to play Xbox, look somewhere else. I purchase this tv and the first day some Xbox games wouldn’t display properly on the screen. It would constantly switch between HRD10 and HDR10+. The screen would turn green and red and by the third day I had an update for firmware on the tv which you didn’t have the choice to install, just happened by itself and this update from Vizio rendered the tv completely unusable with Xbox and even the home screen wouldn’t display. I tried all the inputs and confirm the cable worked. It was a 4K ultra high speed cable from Monster. I packed the tv up and returned it the next day. There were lots of reviews online that said something similar and I ignored them because of the perceived value you were getting. I purchased a 65 inch LG CX OLED instead. Xbox works perfectly on the LG and it is all around a better product. Get a better TV not a bigger one.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from VIZIOEntertainmentExpert
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      Thank you for your feedback JayP - we’re constantly striving to improve our products and deliver a world class gaming and viewing experience to our customers. As we deliver future capabilities and technologies we'll be sure to take all of this feedback into account. We appreciate that you took the time to review our product. VIZIO

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Blown away

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Gaming

    Easily the most future-proofed tv in 2020. The brightness of this tv is absolutely unreal. The first time I put it on the wall, went to Netflix, and started "our planet" in Dolby vision, my jaw was on the floor for an hour. I had no idea a tv could be so immersive, and I'm coming from a 2017 4k hdr Samsung. If you haven't seen Dolby vision on this tv, you haven't lived. I'm a gamer. I got it for the next generation consoles. HDMI 2.1, 4k-120, freesync, earc, hdr10+ & Dolby vision. There's really no contest. Even gaming on the PS4 pro, which doesn't handle hdr that well, is a totally new experience. The tone mapping technology can adjust to get the most out of any hdr content. Gaming is more responsive than I've ever felt. Things actually happen right when I want them to. Great input lag. The HD upscaling is instant and it looks like 4k. Smartcast is fast and responsive, contrary to previous years. This tv has such pure blacks, which is something I was really interested in after my other Tv always having static artifacts in darker colors, and obviously the peak brightness is just insane. The movie watching experience is where this tv shines brightest. I would put it up against any Oled, and it certainly blows away the other 3 big US TV companies' products this year. Customer service for both best buy and Vizio have been quick, and able to answer any technical questions I had about setting up the TV to my sound system and setting up the smartcast app, since I did everything myself. The CEC on this tv recognizes everything right away and names it. Truly an amazing experience. I'm happy every time I turn it on, and the aluminum frame with basically no bezel, looks beautiful as well. I tried to add pictures, but all of them were over the picture limit, so only one went through.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great tv!

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Although I haven’t had this tv very long I’m enjoying getting to know everything it’s capable of doing. So glad I waited for it!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Highly Disappointed!!!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Gaming
    Cons mentioned:
    Apps

    I purchased this TV under my wife's account but putting this review under my. Let me start by saying I was very excited for this TV to be released. I've been wanting to purchase this set since 2019 but decided to wait since I seen the "2021" version would support my future gaming needs. However as mainly purchased this TV for movie watching. I have ovwr 200 4K blu-ray's and counting. Before this set I had a 2015 Samsung 4K 3D tv. This TV was amazing however the brightness started to fade so it was time to upgrade to a newer set. I more of s brightness person rather than perfect black levels so OLED was out of the for now. Not getting another Samsung TV for awhile since they're trying to push 8K on everyone by putting all there best tech in the 8K models when theres barley any true 4K content out at this time and them not wanting to support all HDR formats. So I seen this and its up to 2800 nits of peak brightness. I did some research and watch Linus Tech Tips YouTube pre-production model video review and had some doubts. But I seen they were suppose to release this on Aug 2nd but delayed it so figured they were trying to fix issues that were prevalent at the time of that review but boy was I wrong. This TV looks Atrocious at times. I've uploaded a few pics for reference l. Take a look at the pic from the movie Alita. This is a movie that looks great during daylight and bright scenes but when it gets to dark scenes it just crushes the picture completely. With brightness set to 40 during daylight scenes this TV is supper bright and the HDR pops but when the night scene happens you cannot see anything. The TV defaults the brightness to 50 but when you raise it up to that the picture is completely washed out and unwatchable. Linus said that this TV would blow competitors such as TCL and Hisenese out of the water, let me be the first and tell you that was a lie. I recently picked up a 50inch 2020 Hisenese H8 and this TV is great. Shockingly enough it has outPerformed the Vizio. When setting the backlight from 49-50 for some reason it seems as its going from 49-70. All detail is lost and picture is washed. I have 2 4K blu-ray players. A Panasonic ub820 and a Samsung M-9500. The Samsung player is practically unusable. This TV appears to have an issue with HDR 10 and 10+ content. There's alot of judder, ghosting, and grain. You name it and it does it. My Panasonic does fine with Dolby vision but also has issues with HDR. Also, on some movies have these white lines at the edge of the black bars. Example is the piggy scene from toy story. Let's get to just regular blu-ray movies. This Tv is abs when it comes to blu-ray's. I uploaded a pic of The Hobit. Look at all of the juddee grain and ghosting in this pic. This not just this scene or certain scenes its thought out the whole movie. I have yet to watch a decent looking blu-ray. At times this TV shines and looks like a powerhouse, but more often than not it doesn't. Movies like Jurassic World, Avengers End Game look breathtaking. Now was i expecting OLED level blacks and detail? No, but i was at least expecting this to beat out my $389 Hisenese and my 2015 Samsung TV. Almost like mention from linus the built in apps seem to lose quality no matter using ethernet or wifi. You can tell when the picture degrades. Gaming. This Tv looks horrible with games when auto low latency and game mode is turned on. I play alot of COD but the input lag does not seem to be that great. The Hisenese also is outperforming this TV in that as well. Even my 7 year old son could tell the difference which is bad. In all this TV has alot of potential. Like I said with some movies this TV is a game changer but its processor can't handle all content. Maybe i got a defective pre-production unit or maybe they are not finished with the updates but I can't hold onto this TV any longer. I've had it for 3 days and will be returning on Sat. Think I will be converting over to an OLED but but will take a At the 75inch Sony X900H before I decided purchas the Sony A8H or LG CX10.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from VIZIOEntertainmentExpert
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      Hi Carter - thank you for your feedback. We wanted to provide some insight into the details you shared.

      Industry nomenclature for video controls can be confusing. The “Brightness” control really affects the black level, where “Backlight” or “Tone Mapping” adjusts the actual brightness of the image. At 40, the black level is so low it's going to ruin shadow details, even though it will give the daytime scenes more apparent pop. You can also try turning on local contrast. Another option would be to use the Tone Mapping and/or Backlight control to help make the image appear brighter during the day while preserving the shadow details in all lighting conditions.

      With regards to your movies, we recommend turning “Sharpness” to zero and “Edge Enhancement” off to eliminate the extra edges that can make the image seem detailed to the average person, but also enhance film grain and can add white edges to objects. Increase the Judder Reduction (for movies) and Blur Reduction (for video content), and enable Clear Action to improve the motion clarity and Judder in the image. The default preserves the “look” of 24-frame and to stay true to the content creator’s intent, but this can look stuttery if you’ve seen video content at higher frame rates.

      Lastly, for gaming you can adjust the Picture Mode for a brighter image with greater contrast. The ProGaming menu settings can enable or disable the Game Low Latency and VRR settings, as well.

      Thank you again for your review. We're constantly striving to improve our products and deliver a world class viewing experience to our customers. VIZIO

  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great picture quality with some bugs

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Gaming
    Cons mentioned:
    Remote

    I was really excited to finally get my new HDMI 2.1 capable TV! This is also my first true HDR TV. This was purchased in preparation for the upcoming game console releases this holiday. In the pros- - The overall the picture quality is amazing when displaying Dolby Vision or HDR10 content. Breathtaking colors, really dark blacks, and very bright highlights. - The apps are well designed and the interface is fast! There are plenty of free content apps too. Amazing for cable cutters. - Built in Chromecast works great. Haven't tried Airplay yet. - The overall design is beautiful. The bezels are super thin and I love how the logo is embedded in the lower right. - The ports are perfectly placed with the main ports facing down and some additional ports on the side to make them easy to quickly connect something temporarily. Amazing product design and thinking on Vizio's part. - Can't beat the price for the capabilities. HDMI 2.1 capabilities all seem to be working although I can't test 120hz just yet. - Plays nicely with my Denon AVR-x2700 There are a few negatives and bugs to be aware of though. Hopefully some these things are resolved in the future. - The backlight in certain situations can create a strange halo effect. This mainly happens on gray backgrounds with bright spots, like when the YouTube logo shows, there is a massive dark glow around the logo. I've also seen this in Linus's Tech Tips video review. Doesn't seem to happen too much in real video content though. - The mounting holes are low on the TV. The mount was already installed and this TV sits much higher (about 8 inches) on the wall than my previous one. Why not have the holes closer to the center? Not a huge problem, but annoying. - If you are using a Harmony remote, this TV model isn't yet available. You can use the previous model (PX75-G1), but some remote functions don't work. The dedicated input and power commands don't function. The power and input toggles can be used instead but this can create inconsistent TV behavior. - The TV takes a long time before it will allow you to change inputs after booting up, even in quick start mode. This makes it difficult for the Harmony remote to change to the correct input on power up. - HDR10+ shares the same picture settings as standard HDR10 but is calibrated to be much much darker. This is really unfortunate because Amazon Prime content is HDR10+ and XBOX One games are HDR10 so switching between those sources will require you to adjust the contrast to make the picture viewable every time. Would be great if they stored different presets or they calibrated the HDR10+ so I didn't need to have the contrast set at 100. - The build quality isn't the best. The bezels, while they look nice, are a bit loose and creaky when touched. Most of the TV is plastic. To be expected for the price and a good tradeoff if you ask me. - Missing HBO or HBO MAX. Not a complete deal breaker as you can cast the video from your phone and it works great. I use android, but sure it would also work on iOS. -Sometimes the backlight freaks out and starts flickering. Doesn't happen that often though, maybe about 3 times total. If this continues to happen, I will be contacting Vizio for a replacement. - Sometimes the TV makes a buzzing noise when first turned on and displaying bright content. Seems to go away after a few minutes though. Overall I am extremely pleased with the TV and highly recommend it to those looking to get an HDMI 2.1 capable TV for the upcoming game consoles. Beautiful picture quality at an unbeatable price. Can't really compete with an OLED, but a 75" OLED cost about 7 grand, so can't really complain either. I recommend getting the Geek Squad extended warranty just in case. Also be sure to get Ultra High-Speed HDMI cables for anything needing HDMI 2.1. This is absolutely needed for the new features to work properly.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Has the potential to be the best LED TV out there

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Picture
    Cons mentioned:
    Dim, Hdmi input

    Bought from Best Buy and had delivered last week (have a week to go to decide if keeping it or not). I was able to use a 10% coupon from a new financing account on it, but did not select an extended warranty - something I'm considering if I keep this Unit. I came from a 2016 P75-C1 that I really liked. The Good: -Colors and brightness are incredible. I thought reds were easy for most TVs, but this one takes it to another level. The brightness is fantastic, and contrast in even SDR HD broadcast/YouTube-TV content is fantastic. Things like laser blasts in the Mandalorian command as much visual sizzle as they do in audio. -small thin black bezels are nicer than the P75-C1 it replaced -The new remote is a bit nicer -Blacks are even more deep than they were before -After fiddling with the picture settings, motion is as good if not better than the P75-C1 (judder set to 2-3 in most modes) -connectivity is great, eARC works, have had no issues with lip-sync which was a constant struggle on the old set. (have a Marantz receiver in the mix, most often using a 2019 NVIDIA shield pro and Xbox one x to provide content) -CEC behaves much better than it did on the C1 (the C1 would always be in an opposite state than desired, or would create CEC command loops where a power-off would finish with it powering down, then back on and turning on all the other devices again). This was a huge frustration for us. -Dirty Screen Effect is so much improved on this set. if I set to grays I can see just the very slightest amount, but the older set would really show up in football games; we tested some recorded games on this set and its perfect. Really hope 2020 has a full football season as it would be a joy to see on this set. -Going back to the picture, its insanely good, when its right The Bad: -the backlighting issues - particularly for HDR sources (HDR10 mostly, Dolby Vision sometimes) - the backlight will lag behind the video. Others have shown this, but as scenes/camera angles transition in content, there's about a 250ms lag for the backlight to adjust to the scene. Its pretty annoying, the P75-C1 does not do this -backlighting issues - shadows - in HDR10 particularly, but with SDR content as well one of two issues happen with dark content. Either its shown too brightly with too much backlighting, or there's pulsing in the backlights. -HDR classification - I'm still working on settings, but I believe after the out of box firmware update, HDMI issues have occurred. the display thought some content from Amazon Prime was HDR10+ and not HDR10 (which is all the shield 2019 supports). In that case the picture was overall very dim, and would sometimes pulse or flicker briefly as others have mentioned. Resetting some settings corrected this, and I was able to get HDR10 content to look mostly correct. -Picture Settings Adjustments - In both SDR and HDR modes, there's some real odd curves to the settings adjustments. In dolby vision, the brightness setting is pretty exponential in reduction, the picture goes from a faded look to overly contrast-y in just 3 steps from 50 to 47. In HDR10, it was very difficult to make the Grand Tour's outdoor scenes look like they were outdoors in the sun, and in SDR content watching Star Trek Discovery had crushed blacks in some scenes, and very gray space in others - some of this could be from the shield's upscaling engine and the low quality of streamed content, so don't take all of this as gospel; I've not had a chance to run some 4K blurays through it as the panel is destined for "House Hunters and Guy Fieri" as much as it is for movies and sports - such is married life. I'm really struggling to get a consistent picture, I can make it look great for a given show, but I have to go back and mess with everything to get the next one looking right. Some of this can be pointed at that the TV looks so good, that older or lower quality content's limitations get more easily exposed. This thing is 3-4x as bright as the P75-C1, which I thought had a bright and brilliant picture. I had to fabricate mount relocations as the VESA mount is low on the TV: bought a 48" x 1.5" x 1.5" x 1/8" aluminum bar, cut it in half, crudely cut the scallop in it to clear the main bracket section of the mount. I used the bolts from the back of the TV (M8x1.25x20) along with washers and nuts to sandwich the plate to the normal VESA mount sections, and then bolted through it with some M8x1.25x25 bolts and a couple stacked washer to allow clearance of the hardware on the backside. Its dead nuts solid, and didn't add too much weight. I ended up being a half inch lower than my old P75C1 due to some bad math but I actually like it a bit lower than where it was. The Ugly: -Vizio's silence on the issues. My old set is far more consistent, and I don't HAVE to upgrade. I wanted this set for the xbox compatibility (as the old set did not support Xbox DV, nor would it support the newer xbox and PS5's 2.1 features), the incredible picture touted in the specs, and less DSE and CEC headaches. So far we've had one firmware update that's made things worse for many. My P75 was rock solid outside an occasional reboot that only would show up in certain scenarios, about once every few months. -Hard decision to keep it or not. I have a week left in my return window; if I knew at least the backlighting issues would be resolved keeping this would be a no-brainer. I don't think I can get that answer from Vizio Support. When this thing is right, it exceeds my expectations. I'm almost hesitant to game on it or run a 4K bluray through it because I'm sure I'll be blown away - and then annoyed by the issues that come with it.

    Features

    Quality
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great value with cutting edge features

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    Posted .

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Price
    Cons mentioned:
    Apps, Dim, Ease of use

    This Vizio is generally a great TV, with support for new functionality like HDMI 2.1, which will be important when the new consoles come out in the fall. The build quality is overall quite solid. The edges of the tv are stippled, which is a nice effect. There is a lot of plastic on the tv, so it won’t look quite as premium as more expensive TVs. The bezels are slim on all sides, which makes the tv look sleek, but makes it difficult to handle without touching the screen. The stand on the tv is quite minimal, just two small feet, and I would recommend wall mounting the tv unless you have a very wide table on which to place it. In terms of picture quality, there are a number of positives and a few negatives. The “calibrated” picture mode was pretty close to accurate out of the box, which was great. Colors are vibrant and true to life. The full-array local dimming does a very good job of boosting the contrast of the panel, although there can be some bloom in some screens, and occasionally the backlight freaks out and goes way too bright or dark on a certain scene. Also, the screen gets much brighter going from low to medium full array local dimming, which is a strange effect. Hopefully this will be resolved in a patch. The screen gets very bright, which is great for HDR content and bright rooms. When displaying solid colors, it does show more dirty screen effect than I would like to see. I haven’t noticed an effect of this in actual content, thankfully. Reflections from above are handled really well, but reflections from the side definitely are visible. I haven’t had much time to use the onboard apps. I had difficulty getting some of the apps, like prime video, to load. The menus are easy to use, and the remote is simple but functional. There’s definitely some rough edges to the product, most of which I would hope to see resolved with patches in the future. However, the overall product is fantastic, and its feature set is hard to beat at this price.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Had potential but too many issues.

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    Features

    Quality
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Cons mentioned:
    Apps

    After reading a couple of reviews decided to give Vizio a chance and wanted to like the TV but it seemed too good to be true as I had a couple of issues in less than 2 weeks. First day I set it up I notice my receiver wouldn’t connect with it so I had to move settings for audio til the TV would pick it up. As I kept using it throughout the days it was so frustrating trying to get picture from time to time as some times it would start playing others I had to mess with the settings again and other times the screen would freeze and I would have to unplugg the tv to reset it. After a week of using it I started to noticed a red tint in some app contents and also motion was not that great and after about 10 days I started to notice some panel defects and just about 2 days later the panel would start flashing a green picture on all the built in apps. After 12 frustrating days of just trying to turn it on to watch a movie and than the panel defects I decided to return it as I felt it wasn’t worth the price and all those issues with it and couldn’t think how many more I would’ve had if I had kept it longer. In my opinion I say pass on this but if you need a next gen TV or just upgrading from a regular HDTV at a great price than definitely get the Sony x900h but if you can afford it obviously the LG CX but if you’re not in a rush just wait til next year new models.

    Features

    Quality
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great TV for a great value!

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Owned this TV for about a month now; upgraded from a Vizio M70-D3 I had for maybe 3-4 years. I originally wanted the P85QX-H1 but that seemed to disappear and be unavailable. Of course a few weeks after I bought this, we get a release date at the end of October, so I'll be buying the 85" as well based on my experiences with the set so far. Originally, I was wanting a set to get the full benefit of the PS5 and Xbox Series X I ordered. This one fit the bill and thus far hasn't disappointed. There were some pains initially that have been fixed via firmware updates and the picture quality has actually increased with those firmware updates after recalibrating the set post update. Very impressed. You really need to use a calibration tool to get the most out of this TV, the difference between the out of the box settings and actual calibrated settings are night and day. Currently there are two other issues that need to be fixed via firmware, both of which Vizio support has stated they're fully aware of and are working on a patch. Upon start up, there is no audio - it requires you to switch a source (I hit the "Watch Free" button and then change the input back to my desired source. If you go into the menu and exit, you'll have to do it again. Inconvenient, but not a deal breaker considering the price and value of the set. The other is that the sources don't save your picture settings. I have a custom calibrated setting I'd like all inputs to use, but when I change them it changes as well requiring me to select the saved setting. Outside of that, I love the TV set. It was a definite upgrade over the Vizio M70-D3 that was originally there and look forward to it being a staple in my living room until the 85" set launches. Since then I have also purchased Vizio's elevate system, replacing a Vizio SB4031-D5 soundbar setup I had. I LOVE THAT SOUNDBAR - the rotating speakers are more than a trick and they do actually work pretty well. I haven't had a chance to run a full Dolby Atmos movie yet, but just picked up $200 worth of 4K UHD movies to run through this weekend like the Matrix Trilogy and Mad Max Fury Road - so I'm sure to have both a visual and audio treat this weekend!

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Movies look incredible, but flickers when gaming

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture

    Giving it 3 stars because of the fact that when playing Xbox one x, games would flicker and it bothered me a lot. Maybe it was a bad panel but other people noticed it as well, when talking about it on the reddit.com forum sites Other than that the picture and motion clarity watching blu rays or streaming in Dolby vision is incredible. I can stand right in front of the tv and it looked as clear as it did sitting down 20 feet away . Movies look as good just as they did on my lg cx 65” oled tv . If it wasn’t for the tv flickering playing games. I would have never exchanged it out . I do recommend this tv, If you just want a tv for watching movies and shows. I give this tv a 9/10 for that reason. the build quality is not bad, but you have to adjust the settings and calibrate the tv out of the box to get the picture your looking for. But because of the gaming issues I got going on , I had to give it 3/5 stars

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from VIZIOEntertainmentExpert
      Posted .

      We have made new firmware available for this TV. In this new firmware we have made improvements to Picture Quality and Gaming Experience/VRR. If you have further questions, please contact VIZIO support at 844-254-8087. VIZIO

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Vibrant VIZIO

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Gaming
    Cons mentioned:
    Ease of use

    I am pleased with the VIZIO - 75" Class P-Series Quantum X Series LED 4K UHD SmartCast TV. Not only am I pleased, but my wife is also impressed with the TV, which in the grand scheme makes this an ultimate winner. Picking the right television, is no easy task. Brand plays a role in personal decisions, television size plays a role, budget plays a substantial role then type, resolution, smart enabled, and so many other options. I believe there will never simply be the “best” television; however, one can find a stellar television for their situation. First, this television is a VIZIO. I purchased my first VIZIO television back in 2009, prior to attending college. There was a fabulous deal and almost everyone I knew who was preparing for dorm life got the same television, and well, now I am married with TWO of this television (because my wife still owned hers and neither of ours died!). The life of VIZIO televisions has not let me down, so the brand investment in this case spoke for itself, and this television has not disappointed yet. The size (with subsequent performance) of a television is key. First, if you do not have a room and viewing space that is compatible for a 75” television, keep it smaller. Larger is not always better, in the realm of televisions. This 75” is absolutely SLEEK. I have this TV mounted to the wall using a swiveling mount, and even with the mount included the profile off the wall is 8” total. There is minimal edge along the TV screen, allowing the full screen display of an image to fill almost up to the edge, minimizing underutilized space. Also, the VIZIO logo itself for this TV is a small “V” symbol in the bottom right is and practically unnoticeable unless looking for it. All in all, a fabulous, sleek presentation. Further looking at presentation of the TV, the cord situation is probably my least favorite aspect of the television. The power cable, is a simple standard cable; however, the included cable is short. The power cable is on the left of the TV (if looking head on), and the cable barely reached the ground from mounting. This is not a huge deal, but unless you happen to have the perfect setup, a new cord will be necessary length wise. The rest of the cord access points for the TV are on the right side of the TV (if looking head on). So, without any cable changes, by plugging in any device you will have cables coming from both sides of the TV. I plan to get a longer power cord, running it across the bottom of the TV, and then using a cable hider on the right side of the TV to manage this situation, as cables are not appealing. If this TV was not mounted, not as big of an issue though. With that, my previous TV had a control box, making it so only two cables (the control box and the power) came down from the TV; this TV does not, having all the hook-ups on the back of the TV, which I would consider standard but from a cable management standpoint a mess. Of course, you can always hide cables in the wall, but that is its own struggle but to each their own. The sound of the TV itself is adequate, a sound bar or other system is not necessary; however, if you have one, it is simple to toggle the sound output as necessary and it easy interfaces with any HDMI inputs to whatever output is selected (I use optical output). The optical hookup was a bit difficult to get the cord in place, but once inserted the switch was simple. There are 4, HDMI ports. Be aware of which ports are used for which devices. HDMI 1 is marked for eARC, which my previous TV actually did not have, causing me to use optic output for sound. Then HDMI 3 and 4 are HDMI Version 2.1 with 48Gbps data rate and 120fps supported, having the 2160@120fps, my Xbox One X is connected to HDMI 4. There is also USB2.0, component input (those still do exist), optical and white/red audio out, antenna connection, and Ethernet plug. The TV is also WiFi enabled, and can connect to 5.2GHz band. VIZIO lists the brightness as 2,800 nits (compared to 3,000 listed for the 65” and 85” models). I am not sure, what 200 difference makes, but it cannot be much. The brightness on this TV is absolutely incredible. To the point of the ability to becoming too bright. Obviously, brightness can be easily adjusted (which settings are EASY to change on this TV) if needed. The game setting automatically adjusts for gaming, and knocks the level down substantially to where I raised it some. This makes for watching TV during the day simple, even with normal glare and at night the picture pops! Next, with the brightness comes dark. This television is equipped with a full array backlight. With this full array backlight, the ability of the television to differentiate blacks is stunning. Various 4k shows through Netflix have been incredibly displayed, but the most impressive attempt at testing out the television came from a certain television show. This could have been an HBO show about a game with some thrones, that in their last season had a terribly dark episode that made people question their TVs and computer screens because it was horrible to visualize. And well, there is still a compression issue, where there are boxes being formed (I hope with Blu-ray version this compression issue will be fixed), but the actual visualization of the scenes was quite impressive on this television. My friend, who is in love with computer monitors and displays thought the black color for the episode was impressive regardless of the compression issues which do not do the episode or image justice. The darkness and color is further enhanced by content that uses HDR+ and Dolby Vision. I was able to have Netflix Dolby content and Xbox One X HDR content, the colors and ability of the television to differentiate is stunning. There is no blurring of images and also, even an over-the-top sky image of a group of penguins allowed for differentiation of each and every penguin as they moved around in a group. The other aspect of the TV is gaming. Being able to play a videogame system on 75” is quite incredible anyway, so having a TV designed for gaming is a fabulous draw for myself (going back to the idea of what each individual needs in their television). It has been a while that I’ve used my Xbox One X, but I wanted to give a few of my 4k/HDR games a try. First, when plugging in the Xbox One X and switching to that input, the TV actually spoke to the Xbox and the settings between the two were adjusted accordingly. This did make brightness setting low, but that was able to be quickly adjusted. The Xbox could tell that the TV was equipped with 4k and HDR abilities, and changed the settings accordingly (my previous setup was not). There is AMD FreeSync Premium with the TV, which VIZIO claims will provide seamless game play. And well, I can attest that so far, my gameplay has been seamless with stunning 4k graphics and impressive framerates with both COD and Forza. I have not had any issues as of yet. The auto game mode activated and provided the seamless gameplay as advertised. The Smart TV capabilities are through the VIZIO SmartCast. This interface is not my favorite, but has many of the commonly desired applications including Netflix, Disney+, and Hulu. I am disappointed that HBO Max is not supported through SmartCast; however, I was able to access this using the Xbox One X. The remote itself allows for quick buttons for Vudu, Netflix, Prime Video, Xumo, Hulu, and Redbox. There is a “Watchfree” area to the SmartCast, that I have yet to try out, but it does exist! As far as other Smart technologies the TV is Apple Play and Chromecast built in, and will work with Google, Siri, or Alexa. The setup for the Alexa is easily accessed and simple to initiate. A lovely side-feature that is not always included. Overall, the color of the TV does not disappoint. I feel this TV is one that while in the home with every day use, has vibrant colors just like when in the store on display (which often times, I feel does not happen). There is fantastic brightness, providing a pop while displaying 4K Ultra HD content. These impressive features carry over well into gaming with the Xbox One X and also facilitate beautiful home streaming using the SmartCast interface that may be controlled using smart home devise (Alexa in my case). This is a fantastic centerpiece to my living room.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from VIZIOEntertainmentExpert
      Posted .

      Hey Tatumcakez,

      So happy to hear you are enjoying your TV! Thank you for your detailed review. As always, if you have questions feel free to reach out to us by going to support.vizio.com and clicking 'contact us'. VIZIO

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great TV with a few updates needed

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    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Brightness, Design, Gaming
    Cons mentioned:
    Hdmi input

    The good. Almost everything. I thought I was going to have the Red Tint because whites looked a bit red on the setup screens, but after the updates and setting up everything and doing some basic calibration (adjusting contrast, brightness, etc) everything looks great. Blacks are inky, whites are bright and you don't lose detail in either. I noticed some banding on streaming, but I think it's because my internet sucks because playing games and watching 4k Ultra BR was perfect with no banding. The Xbox Series X booted up right away and looks fantastic, 4k120 HDR works perfectly. Google TV device works great and content looks good across the board of 4K stuff. Based on my initial experience with this TV, I would recommend it to almost anyone, even at full price, but especially when it goes on sale for $1500. The bad. Not a lot honestly: Same VRR issues as the OLED. Won't work at 4k120 Can't adjust settings when in game mode just like the OLED. I do get the random times where I can do it. I had a couple of HDMI 2.1 handshake issues initially, but haven't had one since that initial setup. Had to turn off, turn back on, unplug HDMI, plug back in, etc. 1080p and below content looks way worse than the OLED. It's not unwatchable, but you definitely get banding, grain, noise, etc. Viewing angles are not great, but also not as bad as what I saw on Rtings. I did turn on the viewing angle enhancement. Colors get a little washed out and blacks aren't as inky, but it's still 100% watchable. It's just more close to watching on an older, non full array LED TV.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Value Buy for 4K HDR

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    Posted .
    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    If you are looking for a TV that handles 4K HDR content like a top of the line competitor at a budget price, this is the TV for you. You will need to calibrate the picture to maximize the image quality. This is one of the few downsides that this Vizio has where more expensive televisions come better calibrated right out of the box. Non HD content does not look good on this TV and the upscaling is subpart.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Open box or new

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    Posted .
    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Did not have at store and needed to order online and shipped to store for pickup that took 3 days. When picked it up it was brought out to me opened already. Workers told it wasn’t opened and that the tape on the bottom of the box was there because the straps came off in shipping. When I got it home and opened it , all of the packing had been remove and then put back on as if it had been out of the box a then put back in. I’m not sure if a got a new tv or not. I feel that I have received a return item. The tv works but I payed for a new tv and if it stop working I’m screwed.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great TV For size and budget

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    Posted .
    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Bought this TV on sale for 1599, which was 100 more than the 65PQX or the 75 PQ9 at the time. Went with this over OLED for the size, the brightness, and no risk of screen burn-in. Delivery of the TV was great and quick. Picture quality is great from PC using RTX 3070 Roku Ultra. HDMI 2.1 setting are working well enough for me though setting up VRR for 4k120 has not been successful yet (may or may not be improved by Firmware updates in the future). Also, eARC passthrough fails on Dolby TrueHD 7.1, (I route audio direct to AVR instead) but works for all other audio qualities I have tried.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The Wrong TV for Standard 1080p

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    I agonized for a long time about spending so much money on a TV, when I really don't have time to sit down and watch 4k movies and I'm not a gamer. I pretty much just watch live sports and documentaries on DirecTV, which doesn't seem to have much 4k programming. But this was on sale, and I've had really good luck with Vizios before, from 32" to 55", so I went for it - and I'm regretting it. Using the preset picture choices (e.g, "Bright," "Calibrated," "Calibrated Dark"), the colors are either very washed out or ridiculously exaggerated. I tried playing around with the settings, but nothing really helped. I just want it to look like my 55" - only bigger. Is that an impossibility with 1080p sources? Should I get a cheaper, non-4k TV that handles lower quality sources better? I was hoping to "future-proof" this purchase, but at the moment, it's just not enjoyable to watch with the picture quality so bad (the worst quality seems to be movies on 1080p channels - lots of what is apparently called "blooming" and lots of pixelation). Are other TVs that are more expensive (e.g., Sony, Samsung) better at handling standard HD, 1080p (i.e., non-4k/HDR/UHD) sources. I'm sorry if I've gotten the terminology wrong or am misunderstanding the whole 4k thing. I just want a TV that looks as good as all five of my other Vizios when I turn it on. Too much to ask for a 75"?

    Features

    Quality
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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